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Date: 16 May 2007 12:47:53
From: TerryR
Subject: Sweet Maria's web site
I have been ordering things from Sweet Maria's for a long time and have
always been more than pleased with their products.

BUT, their web-site sucks big time. Links to products sometimes don't work
and a thousand other things. Why can't a vender as good as Sweet Maria's get
a decent web-site? I'm sure it would more than pay for itself through more
business.

TerryR






 
Date: 19 May 2007 18:15:05
From:
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site
On May 19, 6:00 pm, "Johnny" <removethis.huuan...@hotmail.com > wrote:
> <a...@coffeeroastersclub.com> wrote in message
>
> news:1179550681.834892.110810@e65g2000hsc.googlegroups.com...> On May 18, 11:57 pm, "Johnny" <removethis.huuan...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> > > <a...@coffeeroastersclub.com> wrote in message
>
> > >news:1179501797.222675.255810@e65g2000hsc.googlegroups.com...
>
> > > > On May 16, 5:36 pm, Steve <n...@use.net> wrote:
> > > > > On Wed, 16 May 2007 12:47:53 -0700, "TerryR"
>
> <TerryRnos...@yahoo.com>
>
>
>
>
>
> > > > > wrote:
>
> > > > > >I'm sure it would more than pay for itself through more
> > > > > >business.
>
> > > > > Can you substantiate that?
>
> > > > > They do it all in-house now, so I would guess the additional sales
> > > > > created by web site improvement would have to cover the out-sourced
> > > > > web design and maintenance. That's a lot of additional sales.
>
> > > > > OTOH, if you let them know of a problem with the site they usually
> fix
> > > > > it ;- )
>
> > > > I think the major problem with their website is that when you click on
> > > > many of their links it opens a new browser. This presents a problem
> > > > for people who choose not to have pop ups open up on the newer
> > > > versions of IE.
>
> > > > Len
>
> > > Respectfully I disagree. Usually such settings do not, by design, block
> > > windows that open from the same site.
> > > If they do you should take that problem up with MS no SM or get a real
> > > browser that can tell the difference.- Hide quoted text -
>
> > > - Show quoted text -
>
> > Hello. Is your disagreement borne out of actual experience in using
> > the newer versions of MS IE set with popup features enabled, or are
> > you making your statement just for arguments sake without actually
> > having used the newer versions with their site?
>
> Hello Len,
> my disagreemnt is borne out of actual experience: I have used and continue
> to use various versions of various browsers on their site up to and
> including IE7 and FF2 on windows as well as Safari and Camino on Mac OS X
> and links on linix
> None of these browsers, including IE7 with pop-up blocker enabled by
> default, blocks the launch of the new window from the sweet marias link on
> their front page that you mentioned.
> <a href="prod.greencoffee.mvc.shtml" target="_blank">huge selection of green
> coffees</a>
> If it does for you on IE7 then either you have your pop-up settings too
> strict (mine are on default which is med) or MS has a bug in their browser.
> If you use the High seting on IE then sure it wil do what is says: block all
> pop-ups.
> Here is some of what MS has to say about pop-ups:
> "Some windows are not blocked: Pop-up Blocker is smart enough to not block
> pop-up windows that you open deliberately by clicking a link-for example, if
> you were on a travel reservation site and you clicked a link to open a
> pop-up window containing your confirmation details, this pop-up window would
> not be blocked because you opened it intentionally."
>
> If OTOH it is the launch of the new window that annoys you in IE7 try
> holding down the control key as you click the link, that way it will open in
> a new tab, even with pop-blocker set to high.
>
> Happy surfing :-)
>
> Johnny
>
> p.s. it is always an option to write Tom and ask him to change those
> links...- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

Johnny,

I checked and I had them set to high. I guess when I set it I was
having a real bad popup day. I don't do any shopping at sweetmarias.
Nothing against the guy, just that there is a closer company to me in
New England where I get my green and I have always been satisfied with
them.

Len

------------------------------------------
http://www.CoffeeRoastersClub.com



 
Date: 18 May 2007 21:58:01
From:
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site
On May 18, 11:57 pm, "Johnny" <removethis.huuan...@hotmail.com > wrote:
> <a...@coffeeroastersclub.com> wrote in message
>
> news:1179501797.222675.255810@e65g2000hsc.googlegroups.com...
>
>
>
>
>
> > On May 16, 5:36 pm, Steve <n...@use.net> wrote:
> > > On Wed, 16 May 2007 12:47:53 -0700, "TerryR" <TerryRnos...@yahoo.com>
> > > wrote:
>
> > > >I'm sure it would more than pay for itself through more
> > > >business.
>
> > > Can you substantiate that?
>
> > > They do it all in-house now, so I would guess the additional sales
> > > created by web site improvement would have to cover the out-sourced
> > > web design and maintenance. That's a lot of additional sales.
>
> > > OTOH, if you let them know of a problem with the site they usually fix
> > > it ;- )
>
> > I think the major problem with their website is that when you click on
> > many of their links it opens a new browser. This presents a problem
> > for people who choose not to have pop ups open up on the newer
> > versions of IE.
>
> > Len
>
> Respectfully I disagree. Usually such settings do not, by design, block
> windows that open from the same site.
> If they do you should take that problem up with MS no SM or get a real
> browser that can tell the difference.- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

Hello. Is your disagreement borne out of actual experience in using
the newer versions of MS IE set with popup features enabled, or are
you making your statement just for arguments sake without actually
having used the newer versions with their site?

In any rate, clicking on links within a website to bring you to
another page within the same website should not have to entail opening
new
windows/browsers all the time.

Here is what is causing the constant new window/browser popup issue
with their site: an example from their HTML code on their index page:
<a href="prod.greencoffee.mvc.shtml" target="_blank" >

target="_blank" is unnecessary. If they were to take that out in all
their links it
would make their site easier to navigate.

Len

--------------------------------------
http://www.CoffeeRoastersClub.com





  
Date: 19 May 2007 15:00:19
From: Johnny
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site

<admin@coffeeroastersclub.com > wrote in message
news:1179550681.834892.110810@e65g2000hsc.googlegroups.com...
> On May 18, 11:57 pm, "Johnny" <removethis.huuan...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> > <a...@coffeeroastersclub.com> wrote in message
> >
> > news:1179501797.222675.255810@e65g2000hsc.googlegroups.com...
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > > On May 16, 5:36 pm, Steve <n...@use.net> wrote:
> > > > On Wed, 16 May 2007 12:47:53 -0700, "TerryR"
<TerryRnos...@yahoo.com >
> > > > wrote:
> >
> > > > >I'm sure it would more than pay for itself through more
> > > > >business.
> >
> > > > Can you substantiate that?
> >
> > > > They do it all in-house now, so I would guess the additional sales
> > > > created by web site improvement would have to cover the out-sourced
> > > > web design and maintenance. That's a lot of additional sales.
> >
> > > > OTOH, if you let them know of a problem with the site they usually
fix
> > > > it ;- )
> >
> > > I think the major problem with their website is that when you click on
> > > many of their links it opens a new browser. This presents a problem
> > > for people who choose not to have pop ups open up on the newer
> > > versions of IE.
> >
> > > Len
> >
> > Respectfully I disagree. Usually such settings do not, by design, block
> > windows that open from the same site.
> > If they do you should take that problem up with MS no SM or get a real
> > browser that can tell the difference.- Hide quoted text -
> >
> > - Show quoted text -
>
> Hello. Is your disagreement borne out of actual experience in using
> the newer versions of MS IE set with popup features enabled, or are
> you making your statement just for arguments sake without actually
> having used the newer versions with their site?

Hello Len,
my disagreemnt is borne out of actual experience: I have used and continue
to use various versions of various browsers on their site up to and
including IE7 and FF2 on windows as well as Safari and Camino on Mac OS X
and links on linix
None of these browsers, including IE7 with pop-up blocker enabled by
default, blocks the launch of the new window from the sweet marias link on
their front page that you mentioned.
<a href="prod.greencoffee.mvc.shtml" target="_blank" >huge selection of green
coffees</a >
If it does for you on IE7 then either you have your pop-up settings too
strict (mine are on default which is med) or MS has a bug in their browser.
If you use the High seting on IE then sure it wil do what is says: block all
pop-ups.
Here is some of what MS has to say about pop-ups:
"Some windows are not blocked: Pop-up Blocker is smart enough to not block
pop-up windows that you open deliberately by clicking a link-for example, if
you were on a travel reservation site and you clicked a link to open a
pop-up window containing your confirmation details, this pop-up window would
not be blocked because you opened it intentionally."

If OTOH it is the launch of the new window that annoys you in IE7 try
holding down the control key as you click the link, that way it will open in
a new tab, even with pop-blocker set to high.

Happy surfing :-)

Johnny

p.s. it is always an option to write Tom and ask him to change those
links...




 
Date: 18 May 2007 21:44:14
From:
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site
On May 18, 11:57 pm, "Johnny" <removethis.huuan...@hotmail.com > wrote:
> <a...@coffeeroastersclub.com> wrote in message
>
> news:1179501797.222675.255810@e65g2000hsc.googlegroups.com...
>
>
>
>
>
> > On May 16, 5:36 pm, Steve <n...@use.net> wrote:
> > > On Wed, 16 May 2007 12:47:53 -0700, "TerryR" <TerryRnos...@yahoo.com>
> > > wrote:
>
> > > >I'm sure it would more than pay for itself through more
> > > >business.
>
> > > Can you substantiate that?
>
> > > They do it all in-house now, so I would guess the additional sales
> > > created by web site improvement would have to cover the out-sourced
> > > web design and maintenance. That's a lot of additional sales.
>
> > > OTOH, if you let them know of a problem with the site they usually fix
> > > it ;- )
>
> > I think the major problem with their website is that when you click on
> > many of their links it opens a new browser. This presents a problem
> > for people who choose not to have pop ups open up on the newer
> > versions of IE.
>
> > Len
>
> Respectfully I disagree. Usually such settings do not, by design, block
> windows that open from the same site.
> If they do you should take that problem up with MS no SM or get a real
> browser that can tell the difference.- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

Hello. Is your disagreement borne out of actual experience of using
the newer versions of MS IE set with popup features on with
sweetmarias site, or are you making your statement just for arguments
sake without actually having used the newer versions with their site?

In any rate, clicking on links within a website to bring you to
another page in the same website should have to entail opening new
windows/browsers all the time. There should not be much argument
there.

Here is what is causing the constant new window/browser popup issue
with their site: example: <a href="prod.greencoffee.mvc.shtml"
target="_blank" >

target="_blank" is unnecessary. If they were to take that out it
would make their site easier to navigate.

Len

--------------------------------------
http://www.CoffeeRoastersClub.com



 
Date: 18 May 2007 08:23:17
From:
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site
On May 16, 5:36 pm, Steve <n...@use.net > wrote:
> On Wed, 16 May 2007 12:47:53 -0700, "TerryR" <TerryRnos...@yahoo.com>
> wrote:
>
> >I'm sure it would more than pay for itself through more
> >business.
>
> Can you substantiate that?
>
> They do it all in-house now, so I would guess the additional sales
> created by web site improvement would have to cover the out-sourced
> web design and maintenance. That's a lot of additional sales.
>
> OTOH, if you let them know of a problem with the site they usually fix
> it ;- )

I think the major problem with their website is that when you click on
many of their links it opens a new browser. This presents a problem
for people who choose not to have pop ups open up on the newer
versions of IE.

Len

----------------------------------------
http://www.CoffeeRoastersClub.com



  
Date: 18 May 2007 20:57:21
From: Johnny
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site

<admin@coffeeroastersclub.com > wrote in message
news:1179501797.222675.255810@e65g2000hsc.googlegroups.com...
> On May 16, 5:36 pm, Steve <n...@use.net> wrote:
> > On Wed, 16 May 2007 12:47:53 -0700, "TerryR" <TerryRnos...@yahoo.com>
> > wrote:
> >
> > >I'm sure it would more than pay for itself through more
> > >business.
> >
> > Can you substantiate that?
> >
> > They do it all in-house now, so I would guess the additional sales
> > created by web site improvement would have to cover the out-sourced
> > web design and maintenance. That's a lot of additional sales.
> >
> > OTOH, if you let them know of a problem with the site they usually fix
> > it ;- )
>
> I think the major problem with their website is that when you click on
> many of their links it opens a new browser. This presents a problem
> for people who choose not to have pop ups open up on the newer
> versions of IE.
>
> Len

Respectfully I disagree. Usually such settings do not, by design, block
windows that open from the same site.
If they do you should take that problem up with MS no SM or get a real
browser that can tell the difference.




 
Date: 17 May 2007 07:56:51
From:
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site
On May 16, 3:47 pm, "TerryR" <TerryRnos...@yahoo.com > wrote:
> I have been ordering things from Sweet Maria's for a long time and have
> always been more than pleased with their products.
>
> BUT, their web-site sucks big time. Links to products sometimes don't work
> and a thousand other things. Why can't a vender as good as Sweet Maria's get
> a decent web-site? I'm sure it would more than pay for itself through more
> business.
>
> TerryR

Terry,

Their website is definitely old style construction. Even so, it is #1
in the search engine results (and that is not the paid advertising on
Google). An envious position to be in. Is it the way they
constructed their site? Who knows. Probably the amount of links that
go to SweetMarias.

Len

-----------------------------------
http://www.CoffeeRoastersClub.com



 
Date: 16 May 2007 19:34:09
From: Johnny
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site

"TerryR" <TerryRnospam@yahoo.com > wrote in message
news:XuednQgv0flMwtbbnZ2dnUVZ_hCdnZ2d@giganews.com...
> I have been ordering things from Sweet Maria's for a long time and have
> always been more than pleased with their products.
>
> BUT, their web-site sucks big time. Links to products sometimes don't work
> and a thousand other things. Why can't a vender as good as Sweet Maria's
get
> a decent web-site? I'm sure it would more than pay for itself through more
> business.
>
> TerryR
>
So I have to ask: have you taken this up with them before posting here?

Personally I find I am able to order coffee from the SM site and get info.
What exactly is it that is missing?
BTW that's a rhetorical question. You really ought to take it up with tom.




 
Date: 16 May 2007 18:07:45
From: Harry Moos
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site
One of the best web sites on the net. Lots of information there. More real
coffee information than any other vendor site I have found. I can't imagine
what you would expect.

"TerryR" <TerryRnospam@yahoo.com > wrote in message
news:XuednQgv0flMwtbbnZ2dnUVZ_hCdnZ2d@giganews.com...
>I have been ordering things from Sweet Maria's for a long time and have
>always been more than pleased with their products.
>
> BUT, their web-site sucks big time. Links to products sometimes don't work
> and a thousand other things. Why can't a vender as good as Sweet Maria's
> get a decent web-site? I'm sure it would more than pay for itself through
> more business.
>
> TerryR
>




  
Date: 16 May 2007 20:42:18
From: TerryR
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site

"Harry Moos" <harrym@ruraltel.net > wrote in message
news:_bCdnaq-3vELE9bbnZ2dnUVZ_jadnZ2d@news.ruraltel.net...
> One of the best web sites on the net. Lots of information there. More
> real coffee information than any other vendor site I have found. I can't
> imagine what you would expect.
>
As a minimum, I would like to be able to order a product without getting an
web-site error. I'll try to order again tomorrow, maybe they will fix it by
then.




   
Date: 16 May 2007 23:29:51
From: Johnny
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site

"TerryR" <TerryRnospam@yahoo.com > wrote in message
news:W76dnU4-X8-cUtbbnZ2dnUVZ_tyinZ2d@giganews.com...
>
> "Harry Moos" <harrym@ruraltel.net> wrote in message
> news:_bCdnaq-3vELE9bbnZ2dnUVZ_jadnZ2d@news.ruraltel.net...
> > One of the best web sites on the net. Lots of information there. More
> > real coffee information than any other vendor site I have found. I
can't
> > imagine what you would expect.
> >
> As a minimum, I would like to be able to order a product without getting
an
> web-site error. I'll try to order again tomorrow, maybe they will fix it
by
> then.
>
It seems to be fixed now, maybe they are monitoring this group ;-)




    
Date: 17 May 2007 00:29:17
From: TerryR
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site

"Johnny" <removethis.huuanito@hotmail.com > wrote in message
news:aDS2i.373421$6P2.150288@newsfe16.phx...
>
> "TerryR" <TerryRnospam@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:W76dnU4-X8-cUtbbnZ2dnUVZ_tyinZ2d@giganews.com...
>>
>> "Harry Moos" <harrym@ruraltel.net> wrote in message
>> news:_bCdnaq-3vELE9bbnZ2dnUVZ_jadnZ2d@news.ruraltel.net...
>> > One of the best web sites on the net. Lots of information there. More
>> > real coffee information than any other vendor site I have found. I
> can't
>> > imagine what you would expect.
>> >
>> As a minimum, I would like to be able to order a product without getting
> an
>> web-site error. I'll try to order again tomorrow, maybe they will fix it
> by
>> then.
>>
> It seems to be fixed now, maybe they are monitoring this group ;-)
>
>

It's not fixed, try ordering 1 pound of Moki's farm Kona. You will get this
error:
Fatal Error


Miva Merchant has encountered a fatal error and is unable to
continue. The following information may assist you in determining the cause
of the error:

Error Code: MER-DTB-00072
Description: Product '1081' not found
(../../common/oui_system.mvi:39)






     
Date: 17 May 2007 06:14:35
From:
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site
On Thu, 17 May 2007 00:29:17 -0700, "TerryR" <TerryRnospam@yahoo.com >
wrote:

>
>"Johnny" <removethis.huuanito@hotmail.com> wrote in message
>news:aDS2i.373421$6P2.150288@newsfe16.phx...
>>
>> "TerryR" <TerryRnospam@yahoo.com> wrote in message
>> news:W76dnU4-X8-cUtbbnZ2dnUVZ_tyinZ2d@giganews.com...
>>>
>>> "Harry Moos" <harrym@ruraltel.net> wrote in message
>>> news:_bCdnaq-3vELE9bbnZ2dnUVZ_jadnZ2d@news.ruraltel.net...

>It's not fixed, try ordering 1 pound of Moki's farm Kona. You will get this
>error:
> Fatal Error
>
>
> Miva Merchant has encountered a fatal error and is unable to
>continue. The following information may assist you in determining the cause
>of the error:
>
> Error Code: MER-DTB-00072
> Description: Product '1081' not found
>(../../common/oui_system.mvi:39)
>
>
>
I do not know this specific case, but Kona coffee supplies are low
right now. 2006-2007 was a smaller crop with a higher demand:) but as
Bob theorises, coffee is really a bi-annual crop, with heavy crop one
year followed by lighter crop. If all proves out, this year's crop
ought to be bigger. Adequate moisture and lots of green and growing
beans with Jackson chameleons enjoying their spring time too.
aloha,
Cea
roast beans to kona to email
farmers of Pure Kona


     
Date: 17 May 2007 15:13:56
From: Steve
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site
On Thu, 17 May 2007 00:29:17 -0700, "TerryR" <TerryRnospam@yahoo.com >
wrote:

>It's not fixed, try ordering 1 pound of Moki's farm Kona. You will get this
>error:

That's a link from 3/28.
That coffee is not on the list of available coffees shown if you
scroll down a bit. Apparently only the Kowali Typica XF is in.


  
Date: 16 May 2007 23:14:28
From: Brian Colwell
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site

"Harry Moos" <harrym@ruraltel.net > wrote in message
news:_bCdnaq-3vELE9bbnZ2dnUVZ_jadnZ2d@news.ruraltel.net...
> One of the best web sites on the net. Lots of information there. More
> real coffee information than any other vendor site I have found. I can't
> imagine what you would expect.
>
> "TerryR" <TerryRnospam@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:XuednQgv0flMwtbbnZ2dnUVZ_hCdnZ2d@giganews.com...
>>I have been ordering things from Sweet Maria's for a long time and have
>>always been more than pleased with their products.
>>
>> BUT, their web-site sucks big time. Links to products sometimes don't
>> work and a thousand other things. Why can't a vender as good as Sweet
>> Maria's get a decent web-site? I'm sure it would more than pay for itself
>> through more business.
>>
>> TerryR
>>
>
Couldn't agree more, it is a great source of information and response to any
queries have been incredibly fast and is, in my opinion, one of the better
websites around.

BMC




 
Date: 16 May 2007 15:20:35
From: I->Ian
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site
On Wed, 16 May 2007 12:47:53 -0700, "TerryR" <TerryRnospam@yahoo.com >
wrote:

>I have been ordering things from Sweet Maria's for a long time and have
>always been more than pleased with their products.
>
>BUT, their web-site sucks big time. Links to products sometimes don't work
>and a thousand other things. Why can't a vender as good as Sweet Maria's get
>a decent web-site? I'm sure it would more than pay for itself through more
>business.
>
>TerryR
>

They like the folksuy Splel Czech louk and feal


 
Date: 16 May 2007 21:36:46
From: Steve
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site
On Wed, 16 May 2007 12:47:53 -0700, "TerryR" <TerryRnospam@yahoo.com >
wrote:

>I'm sure it would more than pay for itself through more
>business.

Can you substantiate that?

They do it all in-house now, so I would guess the additional sales
created by web site improvement would have to cover the out-sourced
web design and maintenance. That's a lot of additional sales.

OTOH, if you let them know of a problem with the site they usually fix
it ;- )



 
Date: 16 May 2007 20:08:23
From: Robert Harmon
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site
Howdy Terry!
Are they keeping costs down by not investing in a high-end web design?
Imagine what the price of beans would be if they *were* perfect. Me, I'll
not complain any more about SM's web site as long as the quality is there.
--
Robert (Please don't buy from folks that post advertisements in this
newsgroup!) Harmon
--
http://www.tinyurl.com/mb4uj - My coffee pages.
http://www.tinyurl.com/2tnv87 - My 'Guidelines For Newbies' page.
http://www.tinyurl.com/2cr3e2 - I have things for sale here.

Remove "ZED" from address if replying by email.
"TerryR" <TerryRnospam@yahoo.com > wrote in message
news:XuednQgv0flMwtbbnZ2dnUVZ_hCdnZ2d@giganews.com...
>I have been ordering things from Sweet Maria's for a long time and have
>always been more than pleased with their products.
>
> BUT, their web-site sucks big time. Links to products sometimes don't work
> and a thousand other things. Why can't a vender as good as Sweet Maria's
> get a decent web-site? I'm sure it would more than pay for itself through
> more business.
>
> TerryR
>




  
Date: 16 May 2007 20:40:38
From: TerryR
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site

"Robert Harmon" <r_h_harmon@Zhotmail.com > wrote in message
news:XwJ2i.16183$3P3.1120@newsread3.news.pas.earthlink.net...
> Howdy Terry!
> Are they keeping costs down by not investing in a high-end web design?
> Imagine what the price of beans would be if they *were* perfect. Me, I'll
> not complain any more about SM's web site as long as the quality is there.
> --
> Robert (Please don't buy from folks that post advertisements in this
> newsgroup!) Harmon
> --
> http://www.tinyurl.com/mb4uj - My coffee pages.
> http://www.tinyurl.com/2tnv87 - My 'Guidelines For Newbies' page.
> http://www.tinyurl.com/2cr3e2 - I have things for sale here.
>
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> "TerryR" <TerryRnospam@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:XuednQgv0flMwtbbnZ2dnUVZ_hCdnZ2d@giganews.com...
>>I have been ordering things from Sweet Maria's for a long time and have
>>always been more than pleased with their products.
>>
>> BUT, their web-site sucks big time. Links to products sometimes don't
>> work and a thousand other things. Why can't a vender as good as Sweet
>> Maria's get a decent web-site? I'm sure it would more than pay for itself
>> through more business.
>>
>> TerryR
>>
>

Today the site would not let me place an order for the Kona I wanted. The
"buy 1 pound" link resulted in an error. No other way to place that order.
This is not the first time that has happened.

Don't get me wrong, I will still order from them because their products and
prices are the best.




 
Date: 16 May 2007 20:06:45
From: Brian Colwell
Subject: Re: Sweet Maria's web site

"TerryR" <TerryRnospam@yahoo.com > wrote in message
news:XuednQgv0flMwtbbnZ2dnUVZ_hCdnZ2d@giganews.com...
>I have been ordering things from Sweet Maria's for a long time and have
>always been more than pleased with their products.
>
> BUT, their web-site sucks big time. Links to products sometimes don't work
> and a thousand other things. Why can't a vender as good as Sweet Maria's
> get a decent web-site? I'm sure it would more than pay for itself through
> more business.
>
> TerryR
I have not run into any problems..........Have you spoken to them, about
what your experiencing ?

BMC